Schools out for summer! The teachers have done an excellent job this year (I hope) and so have your children. As a former classroom teacher, this time of year gets super busy- closing out grade books, determining summer school needs, conferencing with parents, field day, graduation. The list goes on and on and on! Many … Continue reading 3 Ways to Wrap Up the School Year
It's Wednesday and last week I promised to post my reflections from The Best Yes. Well if you checked your inbox you know they never came. It's not that I did not want to encourage you and help you reflect on ways to say NO or how to figure out ways to empty your "plate". … Continue reading Be Still….
Vacations are fun but let's be honest, they can be quite expensive. Depending on where you travel and how long you will vacation there, families can spend close to $3000 including transportation, food, souvenirs, tours, and hotel. But there's hope. Whether big or small, start saving money for your next vacation with these tips! Enroll … Continue reading 3 Vacation Money Saving Tips for Summer Travel
This past weekend my cousin came by to visit and we chatted about careers, love, church and life. Lately, I've been reflecting on everything that I'm involved in and looking at revising my schedule to make time for things are a priority in my life. I remember attending this workshop many many moons ago where … Continue reading Your Plate is FULL. Please Tell Them No.
Let's admit it girls. Some days, weeks, months or seasons get so busy we may forget to check in with God consistently. I know as a mom, if I'm not conscious about how I'm spending my time, prayer and devotion just might escape me. Not good. But we are human. Sometimes we get caught up … Continue reading 3 Ways to Keep Your Faith In Check